2021 NGC MS-69 Early Release American Silver Eagle 3-Coin Set (W), (S) and (P)
The American Eagle, whether in gold or silver, is the most popular precious metals product. The original BU condition, proof condition, or a graded proof coin are all popular choices for American Eagles. The 2021 NGC MS-69 Early Release American Silver Eagle 3-Coin Set (W), (S) and (P) contains three American Eagles minted at the West Point, San Francisco, and Philadelphia Mints. Customers will find this new set to be a fantastic numismatic addition to their silver bullion collection!
Due to historical events such as COVID-19, a new presidential term, and the so-called "silver squeeze," the precious metals market witnessed an increase in demand in 2021. The West Point Mint is well-known for its annual production of millions of Silver Eagles. However, due to increased demand, the San Francisco Mint and the Philadelphia Mint were required to quit producing other coins in order to meet the demand for Silver Eagles. The Philadelphia Mint produced 495,500 coins in 2021, while the San Francisco Mint produced 1 million. These limited mintage numbers make these eagles special to collectors when contrasted to the thousands struck by West Point!
The following coins are included in the 2021 NGC MS-69 Early Release American Silver Eagle 3-Coin Set (W), (S) and (P):
- 2021 (W) NGC MS-69 Early Release American Silver Eagle
- 2021 (S) NGC MS-69 Emergency Production Early Release American Silver Eagle
- 2021 (P) NGC MS-69 Emergency Production Early Release American Silver Eagle
NGC, one of the most famous and trustworthy grading agencies in the world, has graded these coins. These coins are graded MS-69, which means they are struck with nearly imperceptible imperfections. The coin was also graded inside the first 30 days of production, making it an Early Release edition.
The American Eagle coin is minted with a weight of one troy ounce. It's made of 999 pure silver and comes in a plastic graded case and slab that makes it simple to store and protects it from harm over time. The coins are identified with the relevant NGC label, which indicates the mint in which they were produced.